Waldorfy serves to explore and explain Waldorf Education and Anthroposophy. In most episodes, I discuss topics with a Waldorf teacher, or someone with knowledge about anthroposophy, to deliver accurate, simple, interesting, information and explanations. When possible we’ll bring to attention any research or studies surrounding the topics we are exploring. My main aim is to reach parents, perspective parents, and alumni to engage them with the meaning and purpose of Waldorf Education and it’s connection with anthroposophy.
Sixth Grade and the Sixth Grader
In this episode guest Anne Clair Goodman is speaking with me all about sixth grade and the sixth grader.
Fifth Grade and the Fifth Grader
In this episode I'm speaking with experienced Waldorf teacher, Jen Kershaw all about fifth grade and the fifth grader.
Fourth Grade and the Fourth Grader
Diving into all things Waldorf fourth grade and what the 9/10 year old is experiencing developmentally from the Waldorf prospective.
Third Grade and the Third Grader
In this episode experienced Waldorf teacher Kris Ritz and I discuss the Waldorf third grade year with a focus on the developing third grader.
Second Grade and the Second Grader
In this episode my guest Michael Gannon and I are discussing the Waldorf second grade cirriculum and how it meets the developmental needs of the second grader.
First Grade and the First Grader
Discussing how the Waldorf first grade cirriculum meets the developing first grader.
Very enjoyable listening
I’ve been really enjoying these podcasts and find them very helpful as a new mother!
Engaging and Informative
I’m a primary school teacher curious about working within Waldorf Education, and this podcast has been such a valuable resource for me to get a wholistic understanding of the schools and Anthroposophy.
For all parents curious to explore Waldorf / Steiner concepts
I love Waldorfy. It is so refreshing to have an accessible source of information about all things Waldorf Steiner and Anthroposophy. I grew up in Germany and now live in England with my partner and daughter and have always loved being around Waldorfy environments since my childhood but never quite understood the background and haven’t had the motivation to explore deeper (or even was a little afraid I would find Steiner’s views too “out there”). But you are making the background and information so easily digestible! I’m very grateful for your work, I’m sure you are opening the doors for many people who would otherwise not have further explored Anthroposophy and the works of Rudolf Steiner. Thank you.